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Differential Representations for Mesh Processing

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Differential Representations for Mesh Processing
Surface representation and processing is one of the key topics in computer graphics and geometric modeling, since it greatly affects the range of possible applications. In this paper we will present recent advances in geometry processing that are related to the Laplacian processing framework and differential representations. This framework is based on linear operators defined on polygonal meshes, and furnishes a variety of processing applications, such as shape approximation and compact representation, mesh editing, watermarking and morphing. The core of the framework is the definition of differential coordinates and new bases for efficient mesh geometry representation, based on the mesh Laplacian operator.
Olga Sorkine
Added 11 Dec 2010
Updated 11 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2006
Where CGF
Authors Olga Sorkine
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